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Re: a#val , [id="val"]

From: Dmitry Turin <sql4-en@narod.ru>
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2008 15:25:39 +0200
Message-ID: <10826859921.20080109152539@narod.ru>
To: www-style@w3.org

DT> Now we have two manner to specify value of attribute @id:
DT>   #val
DT> and
DT>   [id="val"]
DT> I propose to withdraw first manner as superfluous.
DT> Advantage, which we will get, is possibility to use tag
DT> with spec-symbol # in its name, which is necessary for web
DT> integration http://sql50.euro.ru/sql5.ppt

Pay attention at slides #19-#20 of http://sql50.euro.ru/sql5.ppt i.e. at
1)
<form>
  <hidden>
    <a#ref a1=“v1”>
  </hidden>
      <input name="a2" value=“v2">
      <input name=“a3“ type=“file">
  <hidden>
      <b b1=“bb”/>
    </a>
  </hidden>
</form>

which sends

<formdata>
  <a#ref a1=“v1“ a2=“v2” a3=“UniqueId”>
    <b b1=“bb”/>
  </a>
</formdata>
<file  name=“a3“ filename="UniqueId">Y29udG</file>

2) and

<form>
  <hidden>
    <data a1=“v1”>
  </hidden>
      <tr id="order#ref" repeat="template">
        <td><input type="text" name="row[order].product"></td>
        <td><input type="text" name="row[order].quantity"></td>
        <td><button type="remove">Remove This Row</button></td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
        <td><button type="add" template="order">Add Row</button></td>
      </tr>
  <hidden>
    </data>
  </hidden>
</form>

which sends

<formdata>
  <data a1=“v1”>
    <order#ref product=“p1” quantity=“q1”>
    <order#ref product=“p2” quantity=“q2”>
    <order#ref product=“p3” quantity=“q3”>
  </data>
</formdata>


Thus tags with symbol "#" in its name (e.g. <x#y>)
are really necessary for direct communication between
browser and DBMS and for progress networking !!



Dmitry Turin
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